Dar Al-Yasmin

Bab Touma, Damascus, Syria
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Hotel de Charme

by written on February 27, 2007

Like Beit Al-Mamlouka, Dar al-Yasmin is an old Damascus mansion that has been converted into a boutique hotel. Dar al-Yasmin is much more reasonably priced, and although not as luxurious, is still a pleasant place to stay if you are looking for a small hotel in the heart of the old city. I did not stay here, but stopped by to take a look. The hotel also has a restaurant and a hammam (massage and sauna). It is located off Bab Touma street, behind the Latin (Franciscan) Church, in the Christian Quarter. The hotel's website is nicely designed with many pictures of the hotel.

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Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 2, 2006

This small hotel is in the old town of Damascus, near the most interesting sites. The room are larges and very confortables. The service is good and the breakfast is great! According to me is one of the best in Syria. The hotel have no restaurant, but is near to the best ones!

Unique Quality: From the website www.daralyasmin.com
"Dar Al-Yasmin is an ancient Damascene palace which was repaired with the ancient substances which luxurious hotel in the center of old Damascus.
Therefor it is located near the most important ancient places in Damascus such as "Omayad mosque", "Haniana Church" and "The Tomb of Jhons" which enable our visitors to live in the midst of the old Syrian life".

 

Directions: In the Christian Quarter, neat Between Bab Sharqi e Ba Tuma, very easy to find

 

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Address: Bab Touma, Damascus, Syria

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